Research resume (pdf)

Professional resume (pdf)

Creative resume (pdf)


Education

2015–2019 Carnegie Mellon University, B.C.S.A. in Computer Science and Drama (Video and Media Design)
2012–2015 Phillips Academy
Summer 2013 University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts
2009-2012 人大附中, Beijing

Work experience

May–Aug 2018 Disney Research - Lab Associate
May–Aug 2017 Microsoft - Explorer Internship (software engineering and program management rotation)
Sep–Dec 2016 School of Computer Science (CMU) - Teaching Assistant for 15-112 with Professor David Kosbie
May–July 2016 Human-Computer Interaction Institute (CMU) - Research Assistant with Professor Jason Hong
Sep 2016–May 2017 School of Drama (CMU) - production crew member for theater productions all season
Sep 2015–July 2016 Miller Gallery - student art assistant

Grants and Awards

2019-2020 Fifth Year Scholarship (Carnegie Mellon University)
May 2019 USITT-USA Prague Quadrennial 2019 Emerging Designer Exhibit
Dec 2018 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Writing Awards (College Prose Division, Second Place)
2017 Frank-Ratchye Fund for Arts at the Frontier
2017 Small Undergraduate Research Grant (Carnegie Mellon University)
2017 BXA Small Grant (Carnegie Mellon University)
2014-2015 CAMD Scholarship (Phillips Academy)

Skills

Software Engineering: c++, c#, python, java, javascript, web development, Android development
Art/Design: Unity, Cinema 4D, Processing/p5.js, Three.js, TouchDesigner, Max/MSP, Millumin, SketchUp, rapid prototyping, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, carpentry, sewing, scenic painting
Languages: Mandarin (native proficiency), French (preliminary proficiency)

Involvements

Sep 2017-present CMU Listens co-director
New student initiative dedicated to spreading awareness and competency around the importance of active listening, towards the vision of a more inclusive and supportive campus community

Jan 2017-present IMPAQT
Facilitate close connections between Carnegie Mellon University’s Qatar and Pittsburgh campuses
Sponsored by Qatar Foundation and Carnegie Mellon University